The premiere competition honors the best student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers and computer artists from accredited higher education institutions worldwide.
Wiley, a leading publisher of Adobe how-to books, is giving you a shot at having your design on a nationally published book. Besides the cash prizes, the winner’s design will be in thousands of bookstores and will appear in national promotions.
If you’ve ever been stuck for inspiration, have puzzled over just how to create a shiny aqua-style button, or wanted to create that seamlessly tiling background image you saw on a site recently, you need download this book.
Compose an engaging 15-second or less animation or motion graphic video of the Photoshop brand logo that illustrates the theme of “See What’s Possible.” The winning work must incorporate and close with the Adobe Photoshop logo and will be used by Adobe as part of an upcoming Photoshop marketing campaigns.
Adobe director James Alexander says, “We thought we went to market with a set of features and functionality that were going to improve workflow. It was just not as compelling as we thought it was going to be.”
Web design can be deceptively difficult. Getting a design that is both usable and pleasing, delivers information and builds brand, is technically sound and visually coherent.
Adobe got a new sparkling wide design. They seem to have focussed more on the content and less on those beveled UIs. They’ve also given more emphasis to widescreen format which is more popular these days. The new design is good.
The advantage of defining HTML 5 in terms of the DOM is that the language itself can be defined independently of the syntax. There are primarily two syntaxes that can be used to represent HTML documents – the HTML serialisation (HTML 5) and the XML serialisation (XHTML 5).
Yet another design, another attempt to venture into the new wildly unknown future, to the tempting resurrection of hopeful promises. Welcome to the new Brajeshwar v8.0 Design.
The Adobe Design Achievement Awards celebrate student achievement reflecting the powerful convergence of technology and the creative arts. The competition — which showcases individual and group projects created with industry-leading Adobe creative software.